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Theosophia revelata, das ist, Alle göttliche Schriften

Published 1730

Each pt. has special t.p., as do the 8 Büchlein comprising pt. IX

Amsterdam also suggested as place of publication. Cf. NUC pre-1956 imprints

Pts. VI-VIII, pts. X-XIII and pts. XVIII-XX paged continuously

Engraved ill. mostly reproduce those of ed. of 1682, but are not accompanied by verbal explanations of the symbolism as in that ed. Pt. I has 2 frontispieces for the work as a whole, the first symbolic, the second a port. of the author. "Aurora" in Pt. I has an additional frontispiece, and indeed all pts. except VII, X, XI, XIII, XIX, XX and XXII have symbolic frontispieces with abbreviated titles. Pt. IX also lacks a frontispiece but of its 8 Büchlein, all but the 2nd, 6th and 8th have them (not present in the ed. of 1682). Pt. I includes an additional plate depicting the author's grave marker and a folded birds's-eye view of the city of Görlitz. Pt. III has a folded astrological plate. Pt. IV has a folded plate entitled Der philosophische Kugel. The 2nd and 3rd sections of Pt. V have additional symbolic frontispieces. Pt. XVII has a plate with 2 versions of a symbolic drawing, as it appears in Böhme's text and as it appears in the ed. of 1682. Pt. XIX has 3 folded tables, and pt. XX has 1

Library's copy lacks pt. II (De tribus Principiis = Beschreibung der drey Principien göttlichen Wesens). Pt. IV occurs twice, in both vols. [2] and [3]

"Libellus emendationum, d.i., Verzeichniss vieler Verbesserungen dieser neuen Auflage"--V. 1, p. 135-170

Hogart, R. Alchemy

Volume 1
Publisher [Leipzig? : s.n.]
Pages 628
Language German
Call number 371671
Digitizing sponsor Getty Research Institute
Book contributor Getty Research Institute
Collection gettyalchemy; getty; americana
Notes Narrow margins. Gutter included to avoid cropping text. Some text is impossible to capture. Foxing.

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